Why Do We Care About the First 100 Days?

Why Do We Care About the First 100 Days?

\"We started using the term 'first 100 days' after Franklin D. Roosevelt's first 100 days,\" explains Jonathan Ladd, associate professor of public policy and government at Georgetown University. \"FDR's first 100 days were so productive that we've talked about it ever since.\" He signed 76 pieces of legislation in his first 100 days, including 15 major overhauls and new programs. AdvertisementBiden's 100-Day RecordIn his first 100 days, Biden has spearheaded some bold initiatives, including signing a $1.9 trillion pandemic recovery package. He has also doubled the goal his administration set for COVID vaccinations, surpassing 200 million vaccinations by his first 100 days instead of the original goal of 100 million.

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